Timberland’s Commitment to the Outdoors

Timberland’s Commitment to the Outdoors

As an outdoor lifestyle brand, Timberland strives to protect and preserve the outdoors through both our own resource efficiency and our commitments to tree planting and urban greening.

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Timberland’s Earth Week Events Drive Impact and Meaningful Change
Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland recently concluded its second annual Earth Week Celebration at its Stratham, New Hampshire headquarters. During Earth Week, educational events were held each day to foster a better understanding of Timberland’s environmental footprint as well as the footprint of each employee in their personal lives. With this understanding, employees explored new ways...
May 5, 2017 1:20 PM ET
Timberland Celebrates Earth Week with Daily Challenges for Employees
While global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland has an ongoing commitment to protect the outdoors, Earth Day season brings with it a range of initiatives to engage employees in the company’s environmental agenda. This year, beyond hosting Earth Day service events worldwide for employee volunteers, Timberland’s global headquarters in Stratham, New Hampshire will launch its second annual Earth...
Apr 14, 2017 11:00 AM ET
Timberland Unveils Restoration Project in First City of its Five-Year Urban Greening Commitment
Stratham, NH based outdoor lifestyle brand, Timberland, opens its first completed project in its five-year commitment to create and restore urban green spaces starting with New York City. In partnership with local nonprofit GrowNYC, Timberland and volunteers transformed a vacant lot in the Mott Haven Neighborhood of South Bronx, New York...
Sep 12, 2016 3:05 PM ET
Timberland Kicks Off Five-Year Urban Greening Commitment with Restoration Project in New York
Last week, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland helped transform a community garden in New York as part of the brand’s commitment to urban greening. More than 100 volunteers pulled on their boots in partnership with local non-profit GrowNYC, to restore the United We Stand Garden—a 32,000 sq. foot garden in the Mott Haven neighborhood...
Jun 30, 2016 11:00 AM ET

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